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gotten up to page 330. sole and unreveeble discretion to janet napolitano for a whole bunch of things. determining who is admissible and who is not admissible. a documentation that will be acceptable for proving when you came into the country. so that's a huge problem when it comes to how she'll enforce the law and implement the law. they don't have a lot of credibility when it comes to issue that. on the terror issue, the asylum granted to the tsarnaev family in 2002, the parents and the younger child, it raises all sorts of issues. like why are we giving asylum in 2002 after 9/11 to a family from a troubled part of the world? what documentation was provided? well, the newism congratulation reform bill allows asylum to be made easier and for more family members to come into the country on asylum. we have already seen this administration extremely generous to say the least. it will eliminate the double-check it's called on asylum petitions in the new bill. that ties directly to this issue. >> bill: that -- right now all the focus has been on the work issue of mexican and central and s
napolitano appeared on capitol hill today saying it is difficult to detect the bombs used in boston. janet napolitano said many leads turn out to be false alarms. the internet makes it easy to find instructions on how to build a bomb. >> there is commonly available recipes for making i.e.d.es. >> janet napolitano said research was underway to strengthen bomb detection. >>> in texas the search continues for survivors and victims from the explosion and fire last night at a fertilizer plant in the town of west, texas. >> that video of the explosion was taken with a cell phone. authorities fear as many as 15 people are dead. more than 160 others were injured and the numbers could go higher. the explosion flattened much of the town. the mayor said it was like a nuclear bomb went off. the bay area is ready to send experts to help. bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives is on stand by ready to leave. a chemist who is part of the team is already on the way to the scene of the explosion. he described what the atf team might do at the scene. >> you need to know what is on the scene. wha
security janet napolitano will testify in front of dianne finestein and the rest of the judiciary committee. they are skeptical of the bill proposed last week and they will question secretary of homeland security janet napolitano on border security. the borders must be secure before they allow any of the 11 million undocumented immigrants in to become citizens. it was postponed because of the boston marathon investigation. senators accused each other of using that tragedy as a reason to avoid the immigration debate. >> excuse for not doing a bill or delaying it many months or a year -- >> i never said that, i never said that... >> they said it would deter terrorists and strengthen our borders. what dianne finestein has to say about strengthening our borders and our economy when i see you next, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> they are talking about the battery system used in boeing dreamliner jets. the national safety board wants to know how it went unnoticed but the problem grounded those jets three months ago. they approved a redesign system and they are reinstalling those
was quoting the homeland security janet napolitano, if you go back to the transcript, that the country would be less safe because 5,000 less border patrol agents would essentially be on duty. that has not turned out to be the case so we need to hold the administration' words, need to hold them accountable on their own words. not just the cabinet secretary, but jay carney himself. the part he said yesterday, this is a manufacturing picture and then essentially, they're moving money around so that they don't have to furlough those border patrol agents yet, but maybe down the road they will. the fact of the matter is, back in february, janet napolitano, arne duncan and others suggested he they couldn't move money around, they did not have flexibility to do that and now apparently they do. listen to arne duncan in february. >> if i had the flexibility i could-- there's no where to go. >> reporter: so, arne duncan then in february saying we have nowhere to go, no flexibility to move money around and now appears the white house says they do have more flexibility. important underscore we're the no
's not enough, for 27 years they have not secured the border. >> lawmakers press janet napolitano to have a minimum standard, and other aspects of immigration reform should not be contingent on securing the border. >> relying own one thing as a so-called trigger 1 not the way -- is not the way to go. there needs to be certainty in the bill, so that people know when to legalize and then when the pathway to citizenship earns citizen opens up. >> he didn't want a pathway to citizenship for border security. >> it's never going to be 110% perfect, but we'll continue to improve it, and at the same time provide a clear path way for those who are already here and who've invested lives here, and many of them with american-born children. >> house republican involved in immigration talks questions the commitment and says without security, reform dies. >> we have to have border security, the united states has to determine who comes in and leaves. it's a national security issue, also an issue that affects our economy. i don't know what motivates the president. it's clear that he's trying to torpedo th
. >> it is now 12 minutes after the hour and coming up, even homeland security chief janet napolitano uses the term. >> they are immigrants who are here illegally. >> here is the question: why is the associated press now refusing to use the term "illegal immigrants"? we'll tell you about that. >> a college hoops shocker. disturbing video of the rutgers head university coach attacking the player. even worse the school knew about it for months. the gasoline average $3.54, i'm phyllis, and i have diabetic nerve pain. when i first felt the diabetic nerve pain, of course, i had no idea what it was. i felt like my feet were going to sleep. it progressed from there to burning like i was walking on hot coals to like a thousand bees that were just stinging my feet. i have a great relationship with my doctor. he found lyrica for me. [ female announcer ] it's known that diabetes damages nerves. lyrica is fda approved to treat diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is not for everyone. it may cause seris allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell yo doctor right away if you havehese, new or worseni
enrentaran el máximo peso de la justicia.. >> esta foto lo muestra hablando con el y por janet napolitano , lisa monaco lo acompaña. >> he ordenado todos los recursos para proteger a nuestro pueblo e investigar que sucedió. >> el presidente de la cámara de represwentantes ordeno un minuto de silencio por las víctimas. >> presidente ordeno que las banderas ondeen a media asta en el capitolio , agradecióa todos los socorristas que han repondido de manera heroica en esta ciudado. >> se encontraba cerca de l ameta cuando ocurrió la explosión tuvimos la oportunidadde hablar con ella. >> estaba a punto de cruzar la línea y de no haber sido porque vneia retrasada hubiera estado ahí en el momento de la explosión. >> sono como un cañon y no caimos en cuenta que es lo que estaba sucediendo , no pensamo sque que sucederia esto en un evento tan positivo como este. >> las autoridades nos comenzaron a detener y nos tuvimos que alir del sitio donde estabamos y cerraron todas la calles , me demore una hora y media en volver al hotel donde estaba , uno recuerda los momentos tan dolorosos del 91
el director del fbi robert mueller y secretaria de estado janet napolitano dio orden de aumentar la seguridad en el pis. >> país. llegaremos al fin de esto y aunque el presidente barack obama no hablo de atentado terrorista la casa blanca más adelante comento que se trataría como ta.(todos hablan al mismo tiempo): >> en la casa blanca se cerro la avenida pensilvania y en el capitolio el presidente pidió un minuto de silencio por las víctimas . fernando pizarro univision. >> el 15% de encuestados ha pensado que podría verse involucrados ante un atentado terrorista contra el 10% que pensó que se vería en un acto de violencia. >> los estados unidos piensan que el gobierno hace un trabajo adecuado por la seguridad. >> beatriz ferrari nos cuenta que se vivió entre los aficionados del baseball y basquetball en oakland-. >> esta chica vino a ver a su equipo aunque su padre le decía a elizabeth que podría haber bomba. >> también es un evento deportivo pero pensé que aquí no ocurriría nada. >> en el bart y en el transporte se vio más policía y seguridad. >> esto fue una jona
testificaron el lugar nde janet napolitano. no detuvo a angie y sus hijos para evitar qye la rm no pemita salvar a su marido. noe s facil tengo 3 niños. a veces sufro y me pongo a pensar en que pasaria si no los vuelvo a ver. honduras es de los paises con ma scerimenes. dreamers de texas y alabama llegarona entregar una carta eal comite republicano. nueva audiencia para la reforma el lunes. enel este de la bahia se investiga un tragico accidente con un alguacil de la alameda esta madrugada. . >>> estos son los detalles asi quedo el soctado izquierda de esta unidad. >>> tras el accidente a las 4 30 de la madrugada luego de arrollar a dos perosnas. >>> el alguacil conducia en direccion norte cuan do arrollo a loas dos transeuntes en la mañana alguailes recogian evidncias de los ambos vctimas hispanas. >>> uno murio a consecuencia del impacto y la segunda llevada critica al hpsoital, la mujer caminaba bajo la influencia del alcohol. >>> residentes dicen. >>> hacen las persecuciones como no se. >>> deben poner luz para que vayan mas despacio. >>> del alguaciol se sabe que fue suspen
. the senate coverage on c-span2. homeland security secretary janet napolitano will be the sole witness. she was scheduled to appear last week. live coverage of the hearing in just under an hour on c-span radio and on c-span. those are some of the latest headlines on c-span radio. [video clip] >> the museum is meant to help a visitor relive the first eight years of the 21st century. the museum explains the decision-making process that i went through as president. and we hope the museum inspires people to serve, to serve their community or their country in some way. we really did not want to be a school. we wanted to be a do tank. i don't know if there is a lesson there. i do know that laura and i decided to go in a different direction with the -- apart from the museum with a component from which programs would emerge. >> watch the dedication ceremony of the george w. bush presidential library and museum from southern methodist university in dallas live thursday morning at 11:00 a.m. eastern on c-span3, c-span radio, and c-span.org. at 6:20 a.m. eastern on c-span for a conversation with the f
bill: homeland security chief janet napolitano is set to testify this hour. level of security across the country. president obama and first lady, michelle obama on the way to boston moments ago departing the white house on the south lawn. they're set to the attend an interfaith service of the bombing victims at the cathedral of the holy cross a mile from our location on boylston street. while the nation will pause to remember. senator john mccain is saying that the events in boston may provide a valuable lesson. >> that is certainly a wake-up call. every time there is an act like this americans obviously lead to more security to prevent another catastrophic event. and then we have a tendency, and it is understandable, to become a little bit complacent. but i think it is a cautionary lesson here we really can't let our guard down. bill: after at crazy day yesterday and information ping-ponging throughout the streets of boston what we can tell you today that the fbi is considering releasing what we call, still images captured images from surveillance video cameras a quarter mile down t
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, les habla ilia calderon.janet napolitano apoya la reforma migratoria. una culpabilidad por marihuana no implica deportacion automatica.venezuela tiene una ministra sexy.janet napolitano, la secretaria de seguridad interna, sostuvo que la ley de reforma migratoria ayudara a prevenir atentados como los de boston, pero un senador republicano puso en duda esa aseveracion.la corte suprema de estados unidos determino que un indocumentado no esta sujeto a deportacion automatico por haber sido convicto de poseer marihuana para su uso personal.y la nueva ministra de deportes de venezuela, alejandra benitez, ya esta dando de que hablar por sus fotos atrevidas en redes sociales.la primera noticia en despierta america >>> una mujer no puede describir la alegrÍa que inundÓ su corazon cuando despuÉs de 60 aÑos de separaciÓn logro reencontrarse con la hermana que daba por muerta. desde colombia, adriana villa marÍn con las imÁgenes del momento que logrÓ borrar largos aÑos de tristeza. >>> hermanita del alma. >>> 60 aÑos no fueron fui cientos para borrar la memoria de estas 2 mujeres los r
on capitol hill yesterday homeland security's janet napolitano said a proposal being worked on would make the country safer, but some lawmakers aren't buying in. danielle nottingham reports. >> reporter: homeland security secretary janet napolitano arrived on chile to push for immigration reform. some republicans have suggested delaying a comprehensive reform bill to more closely examine national security after the boston bombing. the suspects immigrated legally to the u.s. more than a decade ago. napolitano testified federal authorities knew the older brother left for russia last january, but the system did not note his return six months later. >> there is something that we've got to know, that the right arm knows what the left arm is doing. >> reporter: senators are combing through a bipartisan proposal for sweeping immigration reform. the lawmakers who crafted the bill argue they will beef up national security because it modernizes the visa system. >> so if our bill were in law, it's a pretty safe guess authorities would have known when tsarnaev went to russia and when he came back. >>
something about to begin on immigration reform and homeland security secretary janet napolitano, her home state by the way remember, is arizona. she just sat down and will testify and face tough questions in the aftermath of the boston bombings. police believe that attack was carried out by two chechens pro russia who had been living in the u.s. for a bit more than 10 years. we'll watch the hearing for headlines here in america's newsroom. martha: several republican lawmakers are now questioning the obama administration's decision not to treat the boston bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev as an enemy combatant. he will face a civilian trial in criminal court. civilian complaint is revealing details from the carjacking to the shootout in police. listen to this from the documents released yesterday. the man point ad firearm at the victim, the person who was carjacked, did you hear about the boston explosion? and i did that. the man removed the magazine from his gun and showed the vipg tim it had a bullet in it and reinstated the magazine and stated, i am serious. new york city mayor, rudy gi
homeland security secretary janet napolitano has now weighed in on the suspect's trip to russia and why federal agencies were not keeping an eye on the older brother when he came back into the country from his six-month trip. here is what she just said moments ago. >> they are vetted from the time they apply to the time between when they're told they're going to be a citizen and they actually take the oath at a ceremony. so we're continually revetting, going back, check, checking, checking, checking. in this instance in boston the systems contained no derogatory information as to either brother. martha: boy that raises a lot of questions, doesn't it? how do there be no derogatory information as to either brother when one of them is somebody who russia had given us a head's up and said we should keep an eye on? we'll talk to senator lindsey graham about this. he is coming up later this hour. bill: meanwhile, martha, a lawyer for tamerlan's widow, american widow is assisting and cooperating in the investigation. her family, the russell family in massachusetts, struggling to come to terms
janet napolitano and the obama administration intentionally mislead us or not. former congressman allen west joins us, nice to see you. >> it's always a pleasure greta. >> a two part question, did they mislead us, and number two, if they did mislead us, do you think it was accidental, or uninformed? >> what you witnessed was a horrible kabuki dance done by jay carney. and they did mislead the american people and attempted to mislead by fear mongering and intimidation when we know that the whole thing about sequestration, just about a 3% cut on the actual growth of government. but janet napolitano and jay carney should listen to this. climate change musical expenditure expenditures-- funding for robotic squirrel study $325,000. $947,000 for funding of a mars menu out of nasa. 1.6 million on nasa video games and we also know about this study of obesity lesbian, alcoholism. i don't know what they're talking about the whole thing about furloughing. the only people severely affected are veterans and people in the military which should be the number one priority for our federal government is
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are foregoing 5% of their salary as part of the sequester. homeland security secretary janet napolitano, secretary of state john kerry and the treasury's jack lew joined defense chief chuck hagel. >>> and beyonce and jay-z caused a big stir in cuba thursday while on vacation to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary. they were mobbed by crowds while touring old havana but still managed to find time for a dinner featuring fish, chicken, black beans and rice. all good stuff. >>> now for a look at what's moving your money, cnbc's brian shactman. good morning, brian. >> thank you, richard. good morning, everybody. investors are awaiting the march jobs numbers. we'll find out if it was another month of steady hiring. >>> also, president obama's but which comes out on wednesday reportedly would cut the deficit by $1.8 trillion over ten years. "the new york times" says the plan includes cuts to social security and medicare and uses the new metric to cal indicate annual cost of living increases. >>> it's a big day for jc penney because the struggling department store launching the first of i
. janet napolitano -- >> mark zuckerberg is off to a bad start. it was supposed to launch next week. it's run into trouble with planning ideas. >>> actor ryan gosling is teaming up with animal rights group, pita speaking out about the dehorning of cows calling it cruel. they say the procedure is done out of safety. >>> the race for mayor in one illinois town is a family affair. windy casey wants to be mayor to turn things around. she is running against her son, randall. she isn't sure randall is mature enough for the job. ouch, don't mess with momma. >>> winter, it just won't let go just yet. this is what it looked like in virginia's roanoke valley where a surprise storm dropped seven inches of snow in the area. all right, i tell you what, we are over it. can you fix it? >> i think snow lovers, do you mind? i want it over and out of here. everybody is waiting for spring-like temperatures to arrive. it will get nicer. we have a lot of rain out there this morning. we are seeing some of the heaviest rain falling in d.c. new jersey and florida, there's another round of severe thunderstorms
schizophrenia and islamist as well. and it will have repercussions and i'm with janet napolitano, if they're an immigrant illegally in the country, they're illegal immigrant. and once she gets a copy of the style book, white house will correct her, get with the program. >> jon: the ap says they're trying to get rid of labels, we use them in news coverage. and some are more pejorative than others and this is one in which you're dealing with a very polarized heated debate and that they didn't want to appear to take sides. even though we can make fun of it, i think they have a point and it's defendable. >> jon: is it defendable? if they're here illegally, illegal immigrant? >> they're also undocumented, why not call undocumented rather than illegal. i guess we're our bias. i'm a pro, you know, immigration, almost open borders person probably, but the difference is, i'm an opinion journalist and the ap is supposed to be objective, i'm-- i'm a little on the fence about this, but i guess if they mean the exact same thing, why not go with the one that's not pejorative. >> so are they against eli
to really manage what we were doing and sometimes we'd hear from janet napolitano or jack from o.m.b. when he was there. but mostly all of it was aren't the economic issues. because look the last four years were a real struggle when it comes to the economy. at d.o.t., i think we contributed a lot to putting people to work. almost all of the focus of the cabinet meetings were around the economy. >> what is the job of the transportation secretary? what is a day like for you? what are your responsibilities? >> well, we manage 55,000 people. 38,000 are f.a.a. employees located at a different location. many of them are in airports around the country. really just sending -- our agenda really has been about safety and making travel safe but also for the first two years taking our economic stimulus money $48 billion that we got, spending it within two year, putting people to work. we put 65,000 people to work and 15,000 projects in two years. very proud of that we really contributed to getting -- getting at least the infrastructure and transportation economy moving. but i would say safety and i wo
a arizona, janet napolitano dijo que se destinan fondos para salvar vidas y hay una campaña preventiva internacional. >>> dice que la campaña se hagra en méxico y centroamerica y afirmo que criuzar de manera indocumentada por el desierto es peligroso. >>> no es que mas caliente que antes pero por politica los empuijamos a los lugares mas peligrosos. >>> el inbvestuigador hernanbdez. >>> como llegan los soldados van posición lugares mas peligrosos. >>> univision. >>> la guardia costera de estados unidos comenzo a entrtevistar a los balseros de los cayos de flotida. >>> 13 cubanos en el carnival contest y el disney wonder 8 personas. >>> les dieron agua y comida antes de eentregarlos a los autoridades. >>> arrestado un antiguio juez de paz del estado de kaufman se investigfa su involucracion en un asesinato en marzo. >>> autoridades la diplomacia de estados unidos busca bajar el tono beligerante de corea del norte. >>> john kerry y oficiales mchinos enunciaromn nedias para evitar armas nucleares en la peninsula. >>> la televisionnorcoreanan no menciono la visitra de kerry a
, that is still unclear. >> if this is not a wider plot, as janet napolitano seems to be suggesting, why are so many other places around the world stepping up security? >> we have always seen people like to copycat these things. explorel qaeda start to planes and look at experimentation on that after 9/11. a copycat bomber in london -- london has two activities coming up right around the corner, the funeral for lady thatcher and the london marathon. i saw comments from home secretary john read this morning were on the mark, a new way of reviewing arrangements. you gather information from things happening a week ago, two days ago. >> realistically, what can we do in democratic societies to ensure the soft targets are safe? it is remarkable that there has not been an attack a and in the u.s. on a soft target since 9/11. that is extraordinary. >> on the 9/11 commission we were very aware and sensitive about overseas attacks from al qaeda or a domestic group. first, it is trying to make sure the resources are allocated right. secondly, it is to get unity of command and unity of effort. thirdly, it
on homeland security. dhs secretary janet napolitano is scheduled to testify before a house hearing on the department's 2014 budget. >>> and today is national high five day. the holiday highlighted in this youtube video raises thousands of dollars for cancer research. this year, the group is dedicating their efforts to the victims of the boston marathon bombing. >>> here's a look at what's coming up on the "today" show. breaking news, the latest on an explosion at a fertilizer plant in texas. fbi agents are pursuing what he call a strong lead this morning in the investigation of the deadly boston marathon bombings. now, keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports and moring. i'm richard lui, thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day on your nbc station. have a good one. . . . >>> there was a major, major explosion, the windows came in on me, the roof, the ceiling. >> the school is gone, the apartments are gone. it is horrible. >>> a desperate search for survivors in west texas. a small town leveled. hundreds of people are injured, as m
whether to release video images of possible suspects in the bombing. janet napolitano said earlier today the fbi wants to speak to individuals seen in at least one video. she did not call them suspects. a bounce city council member says a tape appears to show a man dropping off a bag near the finish line and walking away. >>> a u.s. senator official said today a lab test has confirmed a letter sent to a mississippi senator did contain ricin, his announcement comes hours after the man accused of mailing it is appearing in court. paul kevin curtis was arrested yesterday at his home and faces charges of threatening the president and others. according to the affidavit the letters were sent to roger wicker, the president and the judge says maybe i have your attention now maybe if it means someone must die. his attorney says he is innocent. >>> the boston marathon bomb attack has led to extra security at sporting events across the country including here in the bay area. there will be heightened security at tonight's sharks game at ph pavilion, more officers on duty, fans may be patted down and
, janet napolitano hará su declaración esta semana después de posponer por lo pasado en boston . >> ante esto surfgen infmormes de estafgadores que poroimeten el ciuelo y tierra a cambio de miles de dolm.dólares-c >> cuando salió de honduras tuvo que dejar a sus hijos han pasasdo nueve años sin verlos . >> tengo uno que tenía siete meses cuando me vine. >> es la víctima de los inescrupulosos que se aprovechan de los inmigrantes ilegales para legalizar estatus. >> aún faltan muchos pasos para que sea final nadie te puede decir eres elegible, necesitas esto. >> hay información de personas que piden por adelantado para tramitar el cambio de estatus. >> reconoce las ansias por la residencia. >> haría hasta lo imposible por tenerlo, como cualquier otra persona creo que lo haría,este abogado dice que uno de los puntos es que ampara a inmigrantes ilegales que han sido deportados, esto puede ser para atrapar más víctimas . >> no hay nada final en esto todavía, sólo se puede preparar, tener todo listo pero todavía no pueden solicitar. >> si tiene duda se pide que acuda a organizaci
. >>> maÑana testificara en este mismo comitÉ judicial, la secretaria de seguridad nacional janet napolitano enfrentara fuertes preguntas de los senadores de texas, ted cruz y john... que insisten que hay que hacer aÚn mÁs en cuanto a la seguridad fronteriza. >>> en washington, lori montenegro telemundo. >>> el vaticano le echa gasolina para beatificar al asesinado monseÑor romero de elselo vard muchos dicen que ya era hora. >>> y novia, o >>> el papa francisco de bloqueo. se destacÓ por denunciar la injusticia social y la represiÓn militar, fue asesinado en 1980, mientras oficiaba una misa. el proceso de beatificaciÓn se abriÓ en el 94. pero llevaba 20 aÑos estancados. muchos fieles complacidos con la noticia, asegurando que de todos modos monseÑor romero hace tiempo que es un santos. >>> y bien, viajar por aviÓn entre ahora y el mes de septiembre serÁ un dolor de cabeza en estados unidos. pues acaban de entrar en efecto los recortes de la agencia federal de aviaciÓn. esto significa, que hay menos empleados en las torres de control dirigiendo los aviones y que por ende, se esper
sus familias . >> (♪ ♪ ). >> secretaria de seguridad nacional, janet napolitano defendio ante el senado la necesidad de aprobar la ley de reforma migratoria, algunso republicanos quisieran relacionar a los inmigrantes ilegales con lo que pasó en boston . >> autoridades llegaron para for5mar partte un panel que tuvo como tema central la reforma migratoria, se expreso la newcesidad de los nuevos temas de inmigración además deconsiderar a las familias que viven en los estados unidos por muchos años. >> ayer le presentamos el caso de un inmigrante que ha pasado un año preso en un centro de ice 'centro de inmigración y seguridad nacional' por haber cometido un delkito menor . >> hablamos con él. >> otro día empieza en la casa de la familia chavez, la silla vacia por más de un año increme nta el dolor por algo que no debería pasar por tantot iempo. >> mi hija decía por que se llevan a mi papi?. >> le dije que vendria pero lleva más de un año y no venía. >> alvaro lleno de importencia aha intentado tener el núcleo de una familia fuerte. >> por ellos hare hasta lo últim
will be played by, speaker of the house john boehner will be played by tan mom. janet napolitano will be played by paul. former white house chief of staff and chicago mayor rahm emanuel will be play ed by "family guy." secretary of state john kerry will be played by an easter island head. i cannot tell those two apart. chief justice john roberts will be played by buzz lightyear. senator mitch mcconnell will be played by dame edna. cnn anchor wolf blitzer will be played by a furby. wayne lapierre will be played by raiders of the lost ark. jay carney will be played by ralphy from "a christmas story." ladies and gentlemen, this is a huge honor. thank you very much. >> one of the best, conan o'brien. i will see you back here at the top of the hour at 8:00 eastern. "dr. sanjay gupta md" will be baon after a short break. >>> i will tell you, i was walking around here yesterday afternoon and it was filled with people out to eat at restaurants to enjoy this great city and show their support that boston is, indeed, strong. what if you could shrink your pores just by washing your face? [ female announcer
preparedness pilot program. janet napolitano made the announcement today. csf will join universities nationwide to prepare fornaturalnatch -- for natural disasters. >>> the carrier known as anna is the biggest customer for boeing's grounded dream liner. anna will likely begin using its 787 for cargo flights. they will resume flights with the dream liner in june. >>> ford and chrysler are reporting their best month of sales in nearly six years. ford sales rose 6% in march. the company says that's drew to saleless. chrysler rose 5%. the auto maker says it's the best month for sales. gm says that sales were up 6% and toyota sales increased by 1% after a very strong sales year last march. >>> tesla motors wants to put more of its pricey electric cars on the road by offering something new. allie rasmus is here to explain the big announcement made by tesla. >> reporter: and there's no dials on the dashboard and no key. everything functions through this touch screen control pad. kind of like a big i pad in the car. but unless you have 70 to 100 grand
. today homeland security secretary janet napolitano told the senate panel she supports proposals by a bipartisan group of 8 senators. she said the provisions to identify 11 million illegal immigrants currently in the country would help improve security. >> knowing who they are is critical to public safety. indeed, as we just saw in boston, information from our legal immigration system often supports response and investigation. >> the secretary says the proposed bill would improve on systems already in place like database tracks and fingerprinting but some republican senators say reforms should be halted and revamped to make national security a high priority. >>> two suspected terrorists were in court today for a bail hearing in canada. authorities say two men were scheming to derail a passenger train in the toronto area. the suspects are foreign nationals who lived in canada. we have learned that one of them had been living in canada for some 20 years. officials say they were in the planning phase and were getting outside help. the two suspects have been under surveillance for re
the secretary of the department of homeland security, janet napolitano, saying that the fbi wants to speak with individuals seen in the at least a video, one video from the boston marathon. she is not calling these individuals, quote, suspects. and she didn't go into any other detail other than to say that the video has raised questions about these individuals. we don't know how many, but that the fbi would like to interview them. she also said it's still not clear if the bombs were the work of foreign or of domestic terrorists, but she said that the investigation is continuing. jennifer davis in boston, she's been covering the events there all week. some final thoughts from you, jennifer. >> reporter: well, rick, the white house said the president was personally involved in writing this speech, and his goal was twofold; both to come here and offer his condolences to the people of boston, but also to applaud their resolve. and on the streets of boston, certainly, we're seeing that as people come back out, head to work, walk their children to school, enjoy the beautiful parks. also all eyes
to make. the president warned about jumping to conclusion. homeland security secretary janet napolitano wants people to know this is not connected to a wider plot. tonight our team coverage begins in downtown baltimore. >> reporter: this is just a situation where the orioles have their first home game in awhile. the gates open at 5:00. the fans have begun to stream in but before they do, take a look leep hind me -- look behind me. you seat table where t
todo lo que sucede directamente informado por la secretaria de seguridad nacional janet napolitano y el director del fbi muller, estÁ siendo informado de todos los acontecimien acontecimientos el presidente, llamÓ al alcalde de boston y el gobernador de mssachusettmassac. para decirle que todos los recursos estÁn puesto para la colaborar. autoridades quiaquÍ cerraron la calle pennsylvania donde estÁ la casa blanca, el tramo cerrado al trÁfico desde el 9- 11 todavÍa podÍan pasar las personas para ver la casa blanca de cerca, lo cerraron como medida de precauciÓn. el presidente no ha dicho te terroris terrorismo, dijo que van a encontrar a los responsables. investigaciÓn que es conducida por las autoridades federales. >>> desde washington donde tambiÉn se han tomado extremas medidas de precauciÓn. >>> el alcalde de washington dijo que en estos momentos no hay una amenaza creÍble contra la capital. >>> se enfrentan con la policÍa en venezuela opositores luego que dieron a nicolÁs maduro como ganador de las elecciones. >>> tragedia ocurrida durante la final en boston, seguimo
'm stewart varney and this your world, not the news janet napolitano wants to hear, an agent who says the real number of people crossing the bored el illegal is startling. an agent so afraid of retaliation, refuses to reveal his name and claims this type of intimidation is commonplace. guy, why is there such a huge difference between what janet napolitano is saying about border security and what this unidentified agent is saying? >> first of all,let me clarify that town hal did break the story but it was my colleague, katy, who has really been working very hard on this over the last few days, talking to border patrol agents and texas and sheriff's departments as well and she is hearing anecdotal evidence, as we're starting to get closer and closer potentially to a political deal over comprehensive immigration reform indianapolis on the ground, according to her, are saying that the flow across the border has doubled if not tripled. >> the implication being that there's a sudden rush to get across the border to take advantage of the talk and the impending legislation if it happens. >> t
. time for janet napolitano to stop claiming this. >> we're confident the borders as secure as it's ever been. >> the border is more secure now than it's ever been, ever. >> well, is it? michelle is on next. ♪ using telemedical and mobile technologies, verizon innovators are connecting trauma surgeons to patients in the field. helping them get the attention they need, before they even reach the hospital. because the world's biggest challenges deserve even bigger solutions. powerful answers. verizon. because every flake is double-toasted... splashed with sweet honey... and covered in rich double-roasted peanuts. mmm. [ hero ] yummy. [ male announcer ] kellogg's crunchy nut. it's super delicious! >>> a report major security gaps uncovered along the u.s.-mexico border, a radar system first used to track the taliban now getting a more accurate number how many illegals avoid capture at the borer, and as william finds out, the number is alarms. >> most borders are to stop illegal immigrants but the radar is revealing how many people got through, got away. in the past the border control kept
and homeland security secretary janet napolitano. they were briefed and told it was ricin. just to give you context about ricin according to the cdc. a potential clue would be a large number of people close to each other rapidly developed fever, cough and excess fluid in their lungs. these symptoms would likely be followed by severe breathing problems and possible death. okay. a.b.? >> well, the fear all day, washington, d.c., new york city, other cities besides boston and transportation locations and senators have been on high alert since yesterday and obviously the fear is we don't have an answer. we are going to remain in high alert. if there is any other tainted mail going to any other senator and it's not a one off, it's going to be obviously a different story. i mean, everything yesterday was coordinated and many bombs were not detonated that recovered afterwards because of rapid response. situation in several cities with several things going on, something like tainted mail hard to trace because a real ongoing heightened threat unlike we have been in since anthrax following 9/11. >> j
we were watching, during the hearing, janet napolitano brought up the public again, saying we need the public's help, and i expect this is part of it once the press conference begins. haven't seen these guys in two days now, which somewhat unusual for a story of this high profile. when you have a terrorist attack in a major american city, and you go bat 48 hours before anyone connected directly with law enforcement has not gone public, it can be a little unusual. that tells me they're walking with caution and they're also not trying to tip their hand, but perhaps at 5:00 they'll open the window a little bit for us. >> neil: i don't want to prejudge what they're going to say or do or -- but obviously when they're at the point of saying they're talking about suspects, there's something in each or self of these guys behavior, zooming they're malees, that caught their attention and they want the public's help tracking down. otherwise they wouldn't hold a press conference at all. they tend to be fairly guarded. >> yeah. i think you're right about that, too. i think then the question goe
at the interface prayer service and then the two visited victims from monday's last. janet napolitano will speak at a hearing in 45 minutes. if that goes on as scheduled, she will give us the latest information about what homeland security knows about the boston bombing. live in washington kyla campbell. >> make sure you stay tuned to ktvu all morning long for continued team coverage. you can also get updates at any time by going to our channel 2 website ktvu.com. just look for the boston bombings tab on the front page. >>> this morning the new immigration reform bill gets its first test at the hearing of the senate judiciary committee. the gang of eight senators unvailed the plan yesterday. it includes a 13 year path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants here in the united states. some critics of the bill says it amounts to amnesty for people who entered the u.s. illegally. >>> the san mateo county elections officers is investigating the discovery of 65 uncounted ballots if 9 ballots were found friday. election officer mark church appears someone put them in a clos
by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] janet napolitano testifies before the senate judiciary committee today at 9:30 a.m.. here on c-span. today, richard corddray to testify as before the senate banking committee. he will deliver his semi-annual report to congress and operations at the bureau. see it live starting at 10:00 a.m. eastern on cspan 3. coming crop on the next "washington journal" the american civil liberties union will discuss the legal definition and history of the term "enemy combatant." examines thee military court martial system which prosecutes about 5000 members annually. atshington journal" live 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. meant to help a visitor re-live first eight years of the 21st century. the museum explains the decisionmaking process that i went through as president. we hope the museum inspires people to serve, what to serve their community or their country in some light. we did not want to be a school. tank.nt to be a do - don't know if there is a lesson there. i know that we decided to go in a different directio
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